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Top Five Myths About Buying Diamond Jewellery Online

Top Five Myths About Buying Diamond Jewellery Online

01/08/2017 0
1: The jewellery will be fake or sub-standardThe first big myth of buying engagement rings online is that the quality, or finish of the jewellery is not of a good standard, you hear people ask things like ‘are your rings hollow’, and ‘is your platinum 950’. We make everything to the highest standard possible, our jewellery is all solid and never hollow, and the quality of each finished piece that we make is of the highest quality, created especially for you by our team of...
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Spooky Diamond Sparkles

Spooky Diamond Sparkles

29/08/2017 0
Witches, ghosts, skulls, pumpkins and all things spooky may be what you associate with All Hallow’s Evening these days however Halloween as it is most commonly called had a much more spiritual beginning. The holiday which happens on the 31st of October originated from the celebration of Samhain which marked the end of the harvest and the beginning of Winter. This changing of state was believed to have magical properties and created an opening for the spirits of those that had passed away t...
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Diamond Quality Made Simple

Diamond Quality Made Simple

29/08/2017 0
DIAMOND COMPARISONS Shows typical imperfections and how theyeffect the brightness and sparkle of the diamond AVERAGE HIGH ST OUR ‘GOOD’ OUR ‘BETTER’ OUR ‘BEST’ OUR ‘VERY BEST’ J Colour I2/P3 H Colour SI G Colour SI F colour VS ‘The best a girl can get’...
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Diamond Clarity Explained

Diamond Clarity Explained

27/10/2017 0
The clarity of a diamond refers to inclusions which can be black, grey or white marks that internally flaw the diamonds structure. These small imperfections are graded under 10 x magnification which is the standard to grade diamond clarity. A diamond with fewer inclusions is both rarer and more desired which makes it also more expensive. Diamond clarity from IF to VS2 will sparkle with intensity whereas diamonds from SI1 to SI2 will sparkle and I1 to I3 will lack sparkle and life with the inclus...
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Buying a Diamond - an impartial guide

Buying a Diamond - an impartial guide

07/09/2017 0
Know Your DiamondsFormed in the depth of our planet diamond is the hardest natural material known to man, where hardness is defined as resistance to scratching and is graded between 1 and 10 using the Moh’s scale of mineral hardness. Diamond has a hardness of 10 on this scale. Diamond’s hardness has been known since ancient times and is the source of its name adámas, which is from ancient Greek, meaning ‘proper’ or ‘unalterable’. Buying diamonds or dia...
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No blood diamonds

No blood diamonds

01/08/2017 0
CONFLICT DIAMONDS AND THE KIMBERLEY PROCESSThe term Conflict Diamonds refers to diamonds that have been traded in the country of origin and their revenues have funded violent conflict and human rights abuses. No Blood Diamonds.OUR CONFLICT DIAMONDS STATEMENT‘The diamonds on this site and those that we sell have been purchased from legitimate sources not involved in funding conflict and in compliance with United Nations resolutions. We ComparetheDiamond.com (formerly diamondgeezer.com) here...
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White Metals Colour Variance

White Metals Colour Variance

29/08/2017 0
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Diamond Carat Weight

Diamond Carat Weight

01/08/2017 0
A diamond’s weight is represented in carats. Carat is a measurement of weight, NOT size. Weight impacts the price most dramatically out of the various diamond characteristics. This is why some diamonds have poor cut to retain diamond rough and larger carat size equating to a higher selling price. diamond size is dependant on your budget and needs to be considered equally with the other characteristics of colour, cut and clarity in order to purchase a quality diamond. One diamond carat...
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Diamond Clarity

Diamond Clarity

01/08/2017 0
The clarity of a diamond refers to inclusions which can be black, grey or white marks that internally flaw the diamonds structure. These small imperfections are graded under 10 x magnification which is the standard to grade diamond clarity. A diamond with fewer inclusions is both rarer and more desired which makes it also more expensive. diamond clarity from IF to VS2 will sparkle with intensity whereas diamonds from SI1 to SI2 will sparkle and I1 to I3 will lack sparkle and life with the inclus...
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Diamond Certification

Diamond Certification

29/08/2017 0
Perhaps the 5th ‘C’ when purchasing a diamond is the CERTIFICATE or diamond report. This importan. document validates the diamond’s characteristics. A diamond certificate from a ‘no name’ laboratory or jewellery shop is not worth the paper it’s written on, insist on quality gradin. documents. The world’s foremost diamond report and the leaders in diamond research are the inventors of the ‘4C’s ’; the GIA (Gemological Institute of Americ...
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Fluorescence In Diamonds

Fluorescence In Diamonds

01/08/2017 0
Some diamonds have a colouring that is evident under strong Ultra Violet light. This colouring is called fluorescence and there is much discussion about its impact on a diamond’s performance, colour and price. Fluorescence is most commonly a blue colour but there is also a rare yellow that is more common in fancy coloured stones. diamond fluorescence comes in varying degrees of colour which are only detectable under strong Ultra Violet light. The level of fluorescence is reported on the di...
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Hearts and Arrows

Hearts and Arrows

01/08/2017 0
Hearts and Arrows are a visual spectacle within certain diamonds. This pretty pattern was first recognised by the Japanese in the 1980’s using a viewing scope gadget. Viewing hearts and arrows (H & A) patterns in diamonds does not guarantee excellent or ideal symmetry. It is true that perfect hearts and arrows means that facets have been well aligned but there are many different shaped hearts and arrows, simply viewing this phenomenon isn’t proof of a well cut, well proportioned diam...
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Diamond History

Diamond History

01/08/2017 0
Diamonds have been in strong demand for thousands of years and our diamond history is peppered with legends and stories involving diamonds. A thousand years ago diamonds were very rare and the sight of a diamond was one of great awe, mystery and intrigue. It’s understandable that our early ancestors called them ‘Tears from the Gods’ such was the prestige of the diamond. The ancient Greeks used the name ‘Adamas’ meaning unconquerable or indestructible and it is from ...
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Platinum

16/11/2017 0
The most recognisable and popular form of diamond jewellery is the diamond engagement ring or diamond solitaire. The diamond ring is the symbol of a union and while some may wish for a reserved and subtle design others like to ‘show off’ their forthcoming marriage with an elaborate and personal ring style. What ever the ring design remember it is the diamond that is usually the most expensive component and should remain the ‘Star of the Show’.Diamond rings can be made wit...
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Wedding Bands

Wedding Bands

29/08/2017 0
Wedding Bands are one of the most important rings a person will ever have to wear. A wedding band isn’t just a peice of metal worn around the finger; it’s a symbol of eternal love that a couple will hold for each other for the rest of their lives. With over 16, 000 Wedding Bands The ComparetheDiamond.com (formerly diamondgeezer.com) wedding band collection is one of the largest and most exciting collection’s available to buy online. Wedding Bands can be made in many different m...
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